The next update for Windows 10 is nearly here. Once known as the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, Microsoft has now decided to call this the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. After being delayed beyond its originally intended release date, Microsoft will soon be ready to make it available to the masses, and that’s good news for anyone who might be in need of a productivity boost.
The April 2018 update for Windows 10 is a little on the slim side, at least compared to previous updates, but the few features it adds are big. Unquestionably, the main draw of this update will be Windows 10’s new Timeline feature. We’ve heard about Timeline before, and in short, it’s a new tool you can use to quickly recall recent files you may have viewed or worked on.
Timeline goes back a total of 30 days, and it incorporates a number of Windows 10 apps. It’s also cross-platform, so as long as you’re signed into your Microsoft account while you’re using Edge or Office 365 on a mobile device, you can recall those webpages or documents later on your PC. Timeline is something that’s been available in preview builds for quite some time now, so Microsoft has had a lot of time to fine tune it for its official debut.
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